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Festive Food Gift Options

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Breakfast lovers will dig Tedís Bulletin on Barracks Row.

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Johnnyís has many options to choose from, ranging from classic Maryland crab cakes to a fried oyster poí boy. Entrees donít come cheap, however, so for those on a budget, go for the happy hour menu with discounted food ó such as fried calamari, raw oysters and a cheese plate ó and drinks, including $8 cocktails and draft beers for $5.50.

Gift card tip: Youíll need to give $100 for a dinner for two at Johnnyís. But if youíre on a budget, $25 would get the recipient an appetizer and a beer or two during happy hour.

Location: 400 North Capitol St. NW

Contact: 202-737-0400; johnnyshalfshell.net

Good Stuff Eatery

There are a lot of places to grab a burger in D.C., but pioneer Spike Mendelsohnís joint is one of the best.

Located just a stoneís throw from the Capitol complex, Good Stuff is a favorite lunch take-out spot for Hill staffers, making this restaurant the perfect place to buy a gift card for an office Secret Santa.

In addition to tasty burgers and crispy fries, Good Stuff also serves up hand-spun milkshakes and classic root beer floats at wallet-friendly prices.

Burgers start at just $5.95, with the most expensive option an $8.50 ďBig Stuff Bacon Meltdown,Ē loaded with bacon and cheese on a double patty.

Gift card tip: A $15 gift card to this classic joint will keep you solvent and leave the recipient more than sated.

Location: 303 Pennsylvania Ave. SE

Contact: 202-543-8222; goodstuffeatery.com

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